You & Co – you can talk to one of our support workers on a one-to-one basis, and we can offer you help and support whether you decide to report a crime to police or not. We can give you advice on how crime can affect you and how to cope with it, what to do and what to expect if you decide to report a crime to police, and how to move on from being a victim. You can find out about support available near you on this website.
Southhall Black Sisters – this organisation highlights and challenges violence against black (Asian and African-Caribbean) women. They offer a range of services.
International and Kurdish Women’s Rights Organisations – a charity providing advice and support in Arabic, Kurdish, Turkish, Dari and Farsi to women, girls and couples living in Britain, in particular helping women facing domestic violence, forced marriage and honour-based violence.
The Albert Kennedy Trust – The AKT’s mission is to ensure that all lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans young people are able to live in accepting, supportive and caring homes. It provides a range of services to people who would otherwise be homeless or living in a hostile environment.
Karma Nirvana – this organisation provides support and advice on protecting yourself if you are experiencing forced marriage or honour-based violence. Call 0800 599 9247
ChildLine – they offer 24-hour support for young people on a range of issues. Call 0800 1111
The Mix – this website provides information and support for 16-25 year olds on a whole range of issues, including rape and sexual assault as well as safe sexual relationships. Get confidential help by telephone, email, text or webchat, for young people under 25; call 0808 808 4994.